Ellie Kane (Nashville, TN)


Sale price $2.50 Regular price $5.00
“I’m impressed by how much some people seem to be doing during this quarantine,” comments Ellie Kane who helped create this card. “I guess you’ve got to find a way to stay sane.” Our designer incorporated a few activities that have given Ellie joy over the years. “I love to paint and there’ve been times that I was really into gardening and baking bread - I guess I get a lot of that from my father. He was a talented artist and voracious gardener. And boy could he bake bread.” 

As someone who has experienced homelessness, Ellie believes that being able to stay home is a luxury. For several years she bounced around from shelters to motels and eventually Section 8 housing. She’s open about the hardships she’s endured, “At one point, the only gift I could give someone was a loaf of fresh baked bread,” something that she surely picked up from her father. Today she lives in the home where her parents lived until they passed almost 20 years ago. 

Ellie receives 15% of the sales from this card. An additional 10% is donated to Poverty and the Arts

Size: A2 (5.5" x 4.25")
Paper: deluxe eggshell cardstock


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